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Earth Eternal Releases History: Chapters 4-7

Mill Valley, CA, January 21, 2007 - Iron Realms Entertainment, developer of the upcoming MMORPG Earth Eternal, released the fourth through seventh chapter in the sweeping history of Earth Eternal's world earlier today. Continuing on with the history of Midgaard after the death of its first King - Beowulf - these chapters tell the tales of King Sigmund and his son King Sigurd under whom the Ursines of Midgaard took up the worship of Odin, Thor, and the other Gods of Asgard, and the discovery of the Mysterium Primal - a tome of magic from the forgotten Lost Ages.

Matt Mihaly, Earth Eternal's Lead Writer and Iron Realms' CEO said, "I'm having a blast writing these histories with Cameron, one of our interns. My favorite part of MMO design has always been designing the lore behind the world. It's the Silmarillion-loving geek in me coming out I suppose."

The Earth Eternal story chapters thus far may be found by visiting http://www.eartheternal.com/story.php

For additional information on Earth Eternal, please visit the website at http://www.eartheternal.com or join the forums at http://forums.eartheternal.com

About Iron Realms Entertainment

Iron Realms Entertainment is an experienced independent developer of MUDs, and is self-funding the development of Earth Eternal, its first 3d MMORPG. Founded in 1996, Iron Realms pioneered the virtual asset sales business model in 1997 with the release of its first MUD - Achaea, Dreams of Divine Lands - and has released three additional text MUDs since: Aetolia, the Midnight Age, Imperian: The Sundered Heavens, and Lusternia, Age of Ascension. Iron Realms is also working on Midkemia Online, a text MUD based on the works of NY Times best-selling author Raymond E.Feist.

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